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ENORB: European Book Club

On 2nd March 2023, ENORB hosted the second event of its EUROPEAN BOOK CLUB, “We Should All Be Feminist” (titled after Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s book).

We had an insightful conversation with Tatiana Buelvas Baldiris, an international consultant and social impact leader. Tatiana has over seven years of experience in the private/public, non-profit and academic sectors in the field of corporate social responsibility, social impact and gender diversity. This conversation focused on Tatiana’s recent piece, ‘Gender diversity in STEAM: challenges and possibilities in leadership for trans workers in Latin America.’ available here.

Tatiana outlined the complex barriers facing trans people when entering the workforce in Latin America, particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) areas. Writing from the perspective of ci-trans alliances, her piece explores how the private sector, civil society organisations and academia can facilitate labour inclusion and leadership.

This discussion was moderated and hosted by Martina Molinari – ENORB’s Communication, Research & Equalities Intern – and Rebecca Pauley – Civil Society Consulting’s Project Support Officer.

This online session was part of the programme EUROPEAN BOOK CLUB “We Should All Be Feminist” planned and delivered by ENORB, and funded by the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) Empowerment & Resilience (ER) Fund. The European Network on Religion and Belief is funded by project income, donations, membership fees, and a generous grant from the Open Society Foundations.

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